Understanding social attitudes related to the success of area-wide weed management: preliminary fidings from the Riverina
Weeds are one of Australia’s most persistent agricultural and environmental challenges. The mobility of weeds, biological controls and herbicide resistance, means that weed management is a landscape-scale problem that requires community-wide solutions.
The need for weed management to work effectively across property and institutional boundaries, means that an in-depth understanding of the attitudes, practices and relationships of various actors involved in weed management is needed.
Graham, S., Hawkes, G., McKinnon, S. (2020). Understanding social attitudes related to the success of area-wide weed management: preliminary fidings from the Riverina. University of Wollongong, Wollongong, Australia.